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Couples Resorts to Reopen in Jamaica on July 1

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 2, 2020

The Couples Resorts collection of adults-only all-inclusives in Jamaica is planning to reopen July 1, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The company will reopen all four of its Jamaica resorts on July 1, following the implementation of its new “Good Clean Fun” program focused on health and safety. 

The news comes as Jamaica tourism officials revealed plans to reopen the destination for travelers beginning June 15. 

Couples’ new health and safety program will cover all aspects of the guest experience, from sanitized airport shuttles to contactless check-in to CDC-approved cleaning practices for rooms. 

“Couples Resorts will continue to provide excellent customer service and now the reassurance of a healthy safe vacations,” said Abraham Issa, Chief Operating Officer of Couples Resorts. “We’re carefully following guidelines set by the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and Jamaica’s Ministry of Tourism to ensure the wellbeing of our guests and staff members.”  

For more, visit Couples Resorts

— CJ

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